October 26, 2010 by USA Post
A charge that the Republican candidate Paul Rand said repeatedly during the election campaign is that the choice is really on the agenda of President Obama. During a debate on Fox News Sunday, October 3, Paul asked the Democratic candidate Jack Conway whether he supports the president’s agenda or not.
We asked voters if they thought Kentucky Conway is too closely aligned with President Obama and the agenda of the national Democratic leaders.
52 percent of respondents agreed with this assessment, while 32 percent disagreed. But when you look at independent, skyrocketing numbers. 67 percent of respondents believe Conway too accurately reflects the president and his party. Only six percent disagreed.
During that same debate, Conway hammered Paul not put Kentucky first. Therefore, our survey asked was Paul’s political ideology is too risky and out of touch with voters in Kentucky?
Statewide, there was a split almost even – 46 percent agree, 47 percent say no. And when it comes to independents, there were more favorable numbers for Paul with 42 percent saying it is disconnected from reality, but 54 percent saying it is not.
The poll was conducted Oct. 18 Kentucky 19 &. 625 registered voters were interviewed by telephone; all said they were likely to vote on November 2. The poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.
The Kentucky WAVE 3, the Lexington Herald-Leader and WKYT television in Lexington sponsored the survey.
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